Hip Disorders: Osteoarthritis & Bursitis

Hip Disorders: Osteoarthritis & Bursitis

Physiotherapy » Category: "Hips and Knees" Our hip joints allow us to do an amazing number of things – walk on two legs, pivot, squat, even kick a ball. It is an engineering marvel to combine the stability required to balance the weight of the torso...
Exercise after Pregnancy

Exercise after Pregnancy

Physiotherapy » Posts Tagged "Kelowna physiotherapy" (Page 3) There are a few things a woman should take into consideration when resuming exercise after pregnancy: Pelvic floor strength and her abdominal muscles. Restoration and strengthening of the...
A Pain in the Achilles

A Pain in the Achilles

Physiotherapy » Posts Tagged "achilles tendon" The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the body, connecting the calf muscles to their insertion on the heel bone, or calcaneus. Achilles tendinitis is a common overuse injury in sport. It can be a...
Bone Health and Exercise

Bone Health and Exercise

Physiotherapy » Category: "Physio Articles" Optimal bone health is a serious consideration in people approaching mid-life. It is common knowledge that bones become more brittle as we age. What may be less recognized are the factors we can control...